Tuesday, August 31, 2010


Get your own online at Cynthia Rowley!
Band-Aid brand adhesive products just got fabulous. Cover up that boo boo with one of these limited edition Cynthia Rowley for Band-Aid dress up bandages. Each tin costs $10.00 and a $1.00 from the sale of each tin will be donated to Design Ignites Change, an organization that engages high school and college students in design and architecture projects that address social issues in their own communities.

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Monday, August 16, 2010


The "Stella", a silver gilded French antique made with elegantly arranged abalone shells.

I have a thing for mirrors, but my place is surprisingly bereft of them. For example, I've been living without a full-length mirror for more than a year now and will not even try to describe how I go about seeing how a complete outfit looks after getting dressed. Recently, while on a trip to Amsterdam, a good friend and I came across some spectacular mirrors being sold by a vendor during Queen's Day. We were able to convince the seller to ship to the States and voilà, I now have two mirrors in addition to the one above my bathroom sink. In any event, I still can't see a full outfit, because the mirrors are definitely not full length and I'm in love, again, with the mirror above. Isn't it great? It's sold by Made Goods, I'll be visiting this site often to ogle mirrors, chandeliers, accent furniture and other objets d' art!

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Thursday, August 12, 2010


Because I've just had my 10-year college reunion and am feeling nostalgic, and because she just marked her 6-year graduation anniversary from said college, and, clearly, because she's one to watch . . .

. . . Yaya Dacosta covers W magazine's "It Girls" issue

And, because she just marked her 7-year graduation anniversary from said college, and because she's good friends with the woman above and, obvi, because she's one to watch . . .

. . . Nina Clemente is a "Bright Young Thing" in this past May's issue of Vanity Fair.

Wednesday, August 11, 2010


Urban Outfitters never ceases to amaze me. Founded in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the brand has evolved from vintage, boho, hipster and kitschy to a combination of each of the former plus a healthy does of luxury. This Fall, Jessie White's line, Shakuhachi--the 10 year old label created by the Australian born, Bali based designer--will be featured in Urban Outfitter's upscale capsule shops in, get this, not Philadelphia, but in Soho and Union Square, New York. The collection will also be available at . . .

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